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  • #16
    I can tell you from my permanent resident friend's experience (her condition was removed already) that an adjudication withheld (no probation, no jail, no money punishment) for a rather "minor" crime (maximal punishable 30 days) can become deportable for ins. She was not deported (because she would have qualified for a chancelation of deportation during those days), but her naturalization was denied for it.

    If your case is just ONE shoplifting case, you shold be safe!

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    • #17
      Thank you, Mave. Can you please tell me more on this, I will realy appreciate that. Do you have any idea why a minor case with 30 days maxumum sentence is deportable? The law specificaly says that to be deportable the crime should be punishable by a sentnce of a year or more? Also, in your friend's case did he/she apply for naturalization after 5 passed since case? Thank you.

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      • #18
        Also, Mave, I wanted to ask you. Why do you think that I can be "safe" if even a case with 30 days can become deportable?

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        • #19
          Anybody, Mohan, Mave, please reply

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